Anderson hits the nail on the head. The boycott has nothing to do with promoting peace. We Israelis all notice that there is no Palestinian equivalent of our "Peace Now" group. We notice that unlike Peres, there is no "Arafat Institute for Peace". We also notice that while the rockets come from Gaza, the rocks and molotov cocktails and bullets still fly in the West Bank. We're waiting for some positive signs from the Palestinians about co-existence. Maybe they should reply to Anderson publicly and tell him where they'd like the proceeds donated.
Fear of rioting, disorder at Temple Mount prompt restrictions on Muslim worshiper (Haaretz)
from the article: Jethro Tull: Won't be pressured into canceling planned Israel show